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I wanted to name her Madison but my husband picked the name

What do you think of the name Signa Brianna

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    1%
  • Hate it

    41%
  • it's ok

    24%
  • Is there a reason you stuck your kid with this name?

    32%
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Destineyfi...
Submitted by at 5:05 AM on Dec. 24, 2008
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What do you think of the name Signa Brianna

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Destineyfi...
Submitted by at 5:05 AM on Dec. 24, 2008
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  • coolassmom...
    Submitted by   at 9:40 PM on December 27, 2008

    is it sig-na or sign-a

  • BethKratwe...
    Submitted by   at 1:25 PM on December 28, 2008

    I don't know how to pronounce that...

  • mcmaestas
    Submitted by   at 7:31 PM on December 29, 2008

    Sorry, but I just don't like it.

  • HELLOITSDO...
    Submitted by   at 10:35 PM on December 31, 2008

    it sounds like an insurance claim. Sorry. not a good choice IMO

  • mittens111...
    Submitted by   at 12:43 AM on January 2, 2009

    I am all for differant names. But you also gotta stop and think what the kid would have to go through with that name.

  • StrollerSt...
    Submitted by   at 12:52 PM on January 3, 2009

    I knew a girl in hs named Signey (sig-knee)... not so sure about Signa.

  • lucy23794
    Submitted by   at 12:50 PM on January 5, 2009

    it sounds like something from a fraternity or sorority club. is it greek?

  • monkeybutt...
    Submitted by   at 1:43 PM on January 5, 2009

    If you have a special reason why you want Signa then that's good because nobody Else's opinion matters but if you just want to know if it's a good name then i would say it's OK but i would use Briana first then Signa.

  • Ifiwereabo...
    Submitted by   at 11:43 AM on January 6, 2009

    you mean the name of the insurance company? lol

  • CarlyQ
    Submitted by   at 11:54 AM on January 6, 2009

    I had to look this one up and it is a variant of Signy or Signe, and means"new victory" in old norse. I think you might have less confusion if you went with the original Signy, but it is a great name! So much better than Jaydyn, Ashlee, Kaylee, etc, etc.

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